To move or drag one's rear end along the ground or floor. Mostly used to describe the motion a dog performs after a bowl movement to wipe off excess excrement -- using the front legs to pull his body along while in a sitting position.
Also spelled "skooch"
The dog lifted both his feet when he scooched his buttocks across the grass.
Neighborhood in north-central Brooklyn. Once a lower middle class Jewish neighborhood, now predominately West Indian, meaning Jamaican, Haitian, and Trinidadian. While sometimes labeled "thriving" and "energetic" because of its immigrant population, it's really one of New York City's worst neighborhoods, being both dirty and dangerous.
I drove to East Flatbush to visit my girl, but when I left her apartment my car had been stolen.